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U.S. Stocks Could Correct Short-Term
- In the US, the job market showed another decrease in the pace of job creation.
- In Europe, economic growth remains subdued.
- The Federal Reserve should remain on the sidelines for now, and US stocks could correct short-term.
EUR/USD: Short-Term Rebound?
- ECB decision.
- US economy.
- EURUSD trend.
- U.S. Dollar: Will It Increase Until Midyear?
- U.S. Unemployment Rate: Will It Bottom Out In 2014?
- The U.S. Dollar Could Decline Again
- Is The U.S. Dollar Oversold?
- U.S. Stocks: Short-Term Rebound?
- Will The Japanese Yen Bottom Out?
- S&P 500 Index: Will It Correct To 1,500?
- U.S. Treasury Yields Can Rise Further
- EUR/USD Targets Key Resistance Line
- Japanese Yen: Lower Short Term, But Higher Longer Term
- In 2013, The U.S. Dollar Will Decline Further
- AUD/USD Could Target Parity In 2013
- Will Stocks Rally In December?
- The U.S. Dollar Can Decline Against The Canadian Dollar
- USD/JPY: The Medium-Term Trend Is Still Up
- EUR/USD: Lower Short-Term, Higher Long-Term?
- Will GBPUSD Rise Short-Term?
- Is Crude Oil Overbought Short-Term?
- U.S. Dollar Reaching Key Support Lines
Quantitative Easing 3 Should Work
Sep. 17, 2012 • 16 Comments
- S&P 500 Index: Make It Or Break It?
- EUR/USD Is At A Technical Juncture
- Yes, The Eurozone Could Survive
- Is The Chinese Giant Resting Or Fading?
- U.S.: Is Employment Resuming The Uptrend?
- Europe: Will Action Follow Words?
- It Is A Crucial Week For The U.S. Economy
- U.S. Dollar: Breakout Or Failure?
- U.S.: How Long Will The Decline Last?
- Stocks Can Rebound